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New Technology and Products Seen at IEEE PES T&D Expo 2014

New Technology and Products Seen at IEEE PES T&D Expo 2014

T&D staff interviewed several exhibitors at the 2014 IEEE PES T&D Expo, highlighting several new products.

The following gallery highlights some of the new and cutting-edge technology found at the 2014 IEEE PES Transmission and Distribution Expo.

Larry Kotars from Huskie Tools Introduces the SL-510  

Larry Kotars from Huskie Tools introduced the brand new SL-510 crimping tool. It is the first inline 12-ton tool for application on crimping. It uses a 14.4 battery that fits all of the company's crimping tools, in which they also use the same battery. The tool can be used for both underground and overhead.

New Corona Camera

Hannah Barzilay & Moshe Goldbaum, President & CEO of Ofil USA Ltd. discuss their latest Corona camera. The Ofil Corona Camera is one of the smallest, most affordable in the market, and is easy to use. Ofil has two headquarters, one in Israel and one in the United States.

Alex Davies Introduces the Cold Shrink QS4 Integrated Splice

3M's global business manager for energy products Alex Davies introduced the Cold Shrink QS4 Integrated Splice with Transmission & Distribution World TV. This product combines a highly reliable splice body with ease of installation for the installer.

3M’s Sensored Accessories

Alex Davies from 3M talks about the evolution of sensored accessories. The accurate sensors enable retrofit of an existed undergound system.

EDM Introduces Signature Phase Trakker

Samuel Jack from EDM introduced the company's "bread & butter," the signature Phase Trakker. This product provides ABC phase identification on transmission and distribution circuits. Jack also addresses dynamic line rating.

David Trebaz Introduces SmartCat RFID System

David Trebaz from William Frick & Co. demonstrates how the SmartCAT RFID tracking system works. When you pull the trigger on the device, it will locate all of the tags in the area.

 

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